FAA has downgraded Thailand’s aviation safety rating, a move widely expected following audits of the Thai regulator by the US agency and ICAO. The downgrade means Thailand is rated as Category 2 instead of Category 1 under the FAA’s International Aviation Safety Assessment program. Such a rating reflects oversight deficiencies with national aviation authorities rather than problems with specific airlines. However, airlines are most affected as they are not allowed to introduce ...

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